Grammy-winner Gloria Gaynor’s residence in Green Brook, New Jersey, is on the market. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
A homegrown Garden State expertise who rose to fame through the top of disco is trying to promote a suburban home after calling the custom-designed property residence for 20 years.
Newark-born singer Gloria Gaynor, who received a Grammy for her 1978 hit single “I Will Survive,” is making an attempt yet another time to discover a purchaser for her two-story residence in Green Brook. The home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac within the small Somerset County city, which is residence to about 7,000 residents.
Living room. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
First inbuilt 1988 on lots spanning about an acre, Gaynor and her former husband bought the house over 20 years in the past from architect Jeffrey Beer. The disco queen paid $888,000 for the digs again then and has now listed the 5,318-square-foot residence for $1.249 million.
The custom-designed home sports activities 5 bedrooms, 4 full bogs, and two half-baths in an area that’s entered by means of a two-story marble lobby full with floor-to-ceiling home windows. A sunken lounge incorporates a marble wood-burning hearth that results in a proper eating space, whereas the close by kitchen comes outfitted with granite counter tops, a breakfast bar, and a pantry.
Dining room. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
The first-floor main bedroom suite options an en-suite toilet with a Jacuzzi, a walk-in closet, a solarium, plus a sitting room full with hearth. The property’s completed basement focuses on recreation with a sport room, residence gymnasium, and a house theater with 12 reclining seats.
Master tub. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
Basement. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
Home theater. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
A ground-level patio within the yard results in an enclosed heated pool and gazebo full with a “stage” that Gaynor constructed for events. The residence, which additionally features a three-car storage, is positioned about 35 miles west and south of New York City. Property taxes on the home run $26,471/yr.
Covered swimming pool. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman of NJ.
Gaynor’s residence has been supplied on the market twice for the reason that begin of 2019, with the preliminary asking value set at $1.4 million. Lisa Poggi with Douglas Elliman is the dealer of report on the present itemizing, which hit the market earlier this month.